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The Ultimate Kid Festival Is Coming Back to NJ!

Your kid’s favorite Nickelodeon stars will be making an appearance at Kidabaloo.


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An epic festival just for the kids is returning to New Jersey! You’ll have two chances to bring the fam to Kidabaloo, either February 17 at the Convention Center in Asbury Park or March 10 at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.

Kidabaloo has everything you and the kids are looking (and willing to brave wintry weather) for: bounce houses, face painting and family entertainment. Asbury Park’s celebration will include a special guest appearance by Sean Ryan Fox, who plays Jasper on Nickelodeon’s Henry Danger.

In Atlantic City, you and the kiddos can meet Lizzy Greene, who plays Dawn on Nickelodeon’s Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn, and jump into a bunch of activities. Visit superheroes and princesses, spend time at the moon bounces, check out the circus and petting zoo, get your faces painted or hop on a pony ride. It doesn’t stop there—there’ll also be an indoor race track and live entertainment and crafts.

Grab your tickets for Asbury Park or Atlantic City before they sell out. Prices range from $13-75 per ticket. VIP tickets are needed for meet and greets with Nickelodeon stars.

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